Find a School
Where do you want your child to be?
Choose a school that makes a difference in your child’s future, but also fits your needs.
As you consider your school choices, we hope you will see that every Catholic school in the Archdiocese is dedicated to providing academic excellence and quality programs – meeting rigorous criteria and representing best-in-class educational standards. Yet, you will also find that each school has a distinctive culture, dynamic student profile, and sense of tradition or legacy. So, finding a school that “fits” is the most important aspect in selecting a school for your child and family.
Visiting school websites is a great starting place for you to learn about school choices whether you’re looking for a school close to home or convenient to work. However, in order to best evaluate whether or not a school is the right “fit”, there is nothing better than a visit to campus. Consider registering for an admission program or open house, attend a concert or performance or enjoy an athletic event as a way to see the school community in action.
Each school has its own set of specific guidelines and enrollment deadlines relating to registering or applying for admissions. Typically, families apply to schools starting in the winter months preceding the fall term to which they are applying. Most schools require a non-refundable registration fee upon application. Families wishing to be considered for financial aid and scholarship support should also note the required steps and corresponding deadlines associated with a schools’ financial aid process. Families are generally notified of their financial aid awards in the spring and must qualify for the assistance annually.
When you click on the “Search” button, you’ll see a list of schools in the designated area that fit the criteria you’ve entered. Click on a school and specific information about the school will appear in a pop-up box. You’ll find contact information, such as address, phone number and a link to the school’s web site. Click on the link to find out more about the school and learn how to set up a meeting with the school’s admissions office. Choose two, three, or more schools to visit and compare.